Book Reviews of Dancing In The Dark

Dancing In The Dark
Dancing In The Dark
Author: Dee Davis
ISBN-13: 9780739436608
ISBN-10: 0739436600
Publication Date: 2003
Rating:
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.
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4.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Book Type: Hardcover
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She was hiding from the future.
Now she'll do anything to live until tomorrow.

Two years after the accidental death of her husband and son, Sara Martin is still wearing her wedding band, using it as a shield against a future without love. Then a persistent prank caller shatters her fragile peace of mind and brings detective Eric D'Angelo into her life. Eric reminds her of the passion she never thought she'd feel againâand the idea of surrendering to it scares her. But Sara will soon discover that she never knew the meaning of the word fear . . . until now.

Even for a seasoned detective like Eric D'Angelo, the rash of murders haunting the city of Austin seems unbelievably grisly. Still, he's worked enough of these cases to know that eventually, even a killer as meticulous as the Sinatra killer make a mistake. Then Sara becomes the madman's target. Between fighting off the ghosts in her past and the monster in her present, Eric is forced to wonder if their hopes of a future together will ever see the light of day. . . .
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Very good book. Guessed who the killer was, but there is definitely a twist to this one.
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Good storyline with lots of twists. Nice romance, too.
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Two years after the accidental death of her husband and son, Sara Martin is still wearing her wedding band, using it as a shield against a future without love. Then a persistent prank caller shatters her fragile peace of mind and brings detective Eric DAngelo into her life. Eric reminds her of the passion she never thought shed feel againand the idea of surrendering to it scares her. But Sara will soon discover that she never knew the meaning of the word fear . . . until now.

Even for a seasoned detective like Eric DAngelo, the rash of murders haunting the city of Austin seems unbelievably grisly. Still, hes worked enough of these cases to know that eventually, even a killer as meticulous as the Sinatra killer make a mistake. Then Sara becomes the madmans target. Between fighting off the ghosts in her past and the monster in her present, Eric is forced to wonder if their hopes of a future together will ever see the light of day. . . .